ROOTS FIVE - Weebly

ROOTS FIVE - Weebly

FIRST: prepare to take notes on Unit 6 Vocab. PREPARE YOUR DESK FOR THE VOC. UNIT 5 QUIZ: PRIVACY BOARD, PENCIL, AND PEN WHEN YOU FINISH THE QUIZ, TURN IT OVER AND WORK ON: Cereal Box Front Talk during the quiz, and you will get a zero.

WORDS HAVE PARTS AND THOSE PARTS HAVE MEANINGS Vocab. Unit 6 - Roots WORDS TO STUDY (no parts of speech on quiz) abashed bask aloof

anguish defect finesse forthright genial pseudonym

resolute rehabilitate retentive ostracize articulate flaunt purge repercussion

scapegoat premonition instill ROOTS TO STUDY AB = away from RE = back, again AL = movement to ART = skill

GEN = kind (nice or type) PRE = before ION = act OR process ONYM = word/ name IVE = inclined to; quality of; that which HAB = have AB= away from ABASHED (adj. participle = looks like a verb)

embarrassed, ashamed abduct abnormal absent AL = movement to ALOOF (adj.) standing apart from others (usually as a matter of choice), withdrawn. ART = skill artist

ARTICULATE (v.) to pronounce distinctly; to express well in words. (adj.) to use language effectively; expressed clearly and forcefully. GEN = kind (nice or type) generous GENIAL (adj.) cordial, pleasantly cheerful or warm. PRE = before ION = act OR process

celebration predetermination PREMONITION (n.) forewarning or foreboding of a future event. IVE = inclined to; quality of; that which RE attentive

attractive = BACK, AGAIN TEN = hold (not on quiz) expensive repulsive RETENTIVE (adj.) able to hold, keep, or recall; retaining knowledge easily.

ONYM = NAME, WORD SYNONYM ANTONYM HOMONYM PSEUDONYM (n.) a pen name, name assumed by a writer. RE = back/again habit HAB = have REHABILITATE (v.) to make over in good

form; to restore to good condition or a former position NO ROOTS IN THESE WORDS ANGUISH (n.) great mental suffering, distress, or pain; (v.) to be deeply tormented my pain or sorrow BASK (v.) to be in, or exposed oneself to, pleasant warmth; to take pleasure in or derive enjoyment from DEFECT (n.) an imperfection, flaw, or blemish of some kind; (v.) to desert a cause or organization

FINESSE (n.) delicate skill; tact and cleverness; (v.) to accomplish something by cleverness, good judgement, or skillful evasion NO ROOTS IN THESE WORDS FLAUNT (v.) to wave or flutter showily; to display om a conceited (stuck up/snobbish) or offensive way FORTHRIGHT (adj.) frank, direct, straightforward INSTILL (v.) to add gradually; to introduce or

cause to be taken in OSTRACIZE (v.) to exclude from a group, banish, send away PURGE (v.) to wash away impurities, clean up (n.) the process decisively of getting rid of something or someone REPERCUSSION (n.) an effect or consequence of some action or event, result; an echo or reverberation RESOLUTE (adj.) bold, determined; firm

SCAPEGOAT (n.) a person or thing carrying the blame for others

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